22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
on 22 July 2011
The sound is OK but the visuals defy belief. I don't know where it came from and I know it's a 1990 show but, except for the closest of close-ups, it's totally out of focus and the glare from the lights at times makes the whole picture just a sheen. If you weren't aware of the personnel in the band and the back-up, then at times you'd struggle to identify who was who. It's also one of those jobs where the title of the song being performed is irritatingly displayed at the bottom of the screen as the song starts.
When you're at a show no-one holds up a board with this on it - so why on a DVD. You'll soon find out what song it is even if Jagger or Richards haven't introduced it.
Performance OK - production/editing far from it. One of the worst of the Stones DVD's by a long way
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 5 January 2013
I totally agree with the other Reviewer. This release stinks. The sound is ok, but the visual part is out of focus and no more than 80s VHS standard.
I had complete confidence, that this would be another quality live concert from the Stones, but somehow quality control was skipped on this occasion. Definitely not worth buying, get the US Steel Wheels live show instead.